Feeding cooked meats isn't what your cat needs - cooking destroys the taurine in the food, and cats cannot make taurine in their bodies. You can 'experiment' with raw by going to your local, private pet store. Most of them have freezer/refrigerated cases with premade raw. They often come in little meatballs or patties. You take out the right amount for the day and let it thaw. Many vets are TOTALLY opposed to raw feeding and would rather sell you their Hills crap. The raw is meal fed - only the amount they will eat at one sitting. The danger to us humans is no greater than the danger we face when preparing our own raw meat for dinner. But feeding raw is not a simple matter of plunking down a raw chicken leg. It's the proper balance of muscle meat, organ meat, and bone. Read up on the two most popular ones - BARF and prey model. And note again that feeding them cooked meat or fish is not really sufficient due to the lack of taurine. You can provide a cooked and healthy diet, but it requires research and the addition of taurine and other trace minerals. I again would suggest getting some raw at your local pet store and try that. It's convenient, it's healthy, and properly made.